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BASEBALL-SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
Corrected time in Saturday's 500
mile auto race places Earl Cooper in
a Stutz iourth, Grant and his Sun
beam dropping to fifth place. Tom
Alley drops two places to ninth, Chev
rolet being seventh and Bob Burman
eighth. It was also discovered that
Porporato in a Sunbeam led at the
end of 100 miles with an average of
99.05 miles an hour, his time being
38 seconds better than Cooper.
Today most of the cars have been
shipped to other sections of the coun
try for various speedway races July
3 and 5.
Frankie "Kid" Banner of Chicago
is matched to box Young Tommy
Burns, a coast battler, ten rounds at
Aberdeen, S. D., tonight. The men
have a side bet of $500. Weight was
fixed at 158 pounds at 3 o'clock. Ban
ner did his training in Chicago.
Pullmans, champions of the Asso
ciation Football league of Chicago,
defeated a picked eleven from that
organization, 4 to 3. Graham of
Pullman was ruled off for roughness
and a long row resulted.
Louis Sternheim, one of the oldest
managers in the semi-pro baseball
game around Chicago, died yesterday
at Michael Reese hospital of dropsy.
The funeral was held from Hursen's
chapel, Western and Madison, this
Magnets 7, 1. P. C. 4.
Tigers 12, Ideals 11.
Logans 8, Romeos 6.
Normals 11, Mutuals 5.
W. Giants 10, Cornell Hamburgs L
West Ends 10, Murleys 5.
American Giants 7, Roseland 2.
Snorky Signs 10, Renningers 6.
St Patrick 14, Harmony 12.
Centrals 10, Olympias 9.
I Will 9, Garden City 2.
Jackson 6, Fort Dearborn 0.
Goethe 5, Athens 4.
Maroons 5, Cicero 2.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
W. L. Pet I W. L. Pet.
Chicago 3423 .596Boston .28 29 .491
Phila. ..30 26.536
StLouis33 29 .532
Pittsb'h 29 26 .527
W. L. Pet
Chicago 42 21 .667
Boston .32 22 .593
Detroit .37 26 .587
N. York.31 28 .525
W. L. Pet
StLouis36 23 .610
K. City.-38 26 .594
Chicago 35 2947
Pittsb'h 32 28 .533
N.York. 23 28 .451
Brook'n .25 33 .431
Cincin't .23 31 .426
W. L, Pet
Wash'n .28 27.509
StLouis 22 37 .373
Clevel'd .22 37 .373
Phila ...22 38.367
W. L. Pet
Newark 33 31.516
Brook'n 29 34 .460
Bait ...24 36.400
Buffalo .22 42.344
National League. Chicago 4, Cin
cinnati 3; Cincinnati 3, Chicago 0.
American League. Chicago 4, St
Louis 3; Detroit 12, Cleveland 2.
Federal League. Kansas City 1,
Newark 0; Newark 6, Kansas City 4.
Records are not obtainable at
present but Eddie Collins must be
getting far more than his share of
passes dealt out by opposing pitch
ers of the American league. The
White Sox second baseman gets on
even when he doesn't pole the ball
safely, as he makes the pitcher place
the ball across the rubber before he
swings his bat
Three times yesterday he waited
out James of St Louis and drew that
many passes. His other time at bat
was a triple with the bases full, giv
ing him an average of 1.000 for the
Collins is just beginning to show
his top speed. All during the -season
he has appeared a marvel to South
Side fans, because he did more sen
sational things with greater ease
than than any recent wearer of a Sox